Volkswagen W12 Syncro Concept (1997)
In 1997, at the Tokyo Motor Show, Volkswagen debuted their first sports car concept, a bright yellow W12 Syncro (also known as the W12 Syncro Coupé) with a 5.6-litre W12 engine producing 309 kW (420 PS; 414 bhp) with Syncro four-wheel drive. This, and the W12 concepts after it, were all designed by the Italdesign firm in Italy.
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I know I might be biased but now that our C63 Coupe Development Car is finished off with its HRE Wheels it might just be the best looking C63 in the country!!
Enhancements on this include;
✔️ Speed Ministry Stage 1 ECU Recalibration - 575 bhp (+106) | 570 lbf.ft (+91)
✔️ HRE P101 Wheels
✔️ 20mm Eibach Spacers
✔️ Pipercross Panel Filter
✔️ KW Suspension V3 Inox Coilover Kit
✔️ Akrapovic Evolution Line Titanium Exhaust System
✔️ SM Carbon upgrades (front splitter, front dive planes, rear diffuser, rear spoiler and rear corner vents)
Every LA driver needs this...
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